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is okay. >>> this morning, the government is trying to stay ahead of the biggest breech in the u.s. military secret history. they offer startling details about life and death on the ground during the six years in the war in afghanistan. john hendren has the latest from washington. >> the sheer scope of the leak is unprecedented. >> there are names. there are operations. there's lagistics. there are sources. >> the biggest security breech in u.s. military history. 92,000 classified documents published on the website. the leaked records detail missions gone horribly wrong, helicopters shot down, and allies playing a deadly double cross with the americans. all of it setting off alarm bells in washington. >> it poses a very real and potential threat to those that are working hard every day to keep us safe. >> 180 of the dispatchers suggest pakistan's military intelligence agency, the asi is helping them attack american troops and is generally responsible for suicide operations in cobble. it adds up to an enormous embarrassment. >> i'm looking forward to my meeting with the defens
for a barbecue. concert and to view fireworks from the south lawn. >> reporter: for some u.s. soldiers working the front lines in iraq this was a special fourth of july. >> the constitution. >> reporter: a citizenship ceremony for foreign-born soldiers presided over by vice president joe biden. here at home, a day of parades like this one, in historic philadelphia. a drum corps at the national archives. what would july 4th be without baseball? the annual hot dog eating contest in coney island, the winner, joey chestnut. along the gulf coast, a more subdued holiday weekend, beach crowds be a -- absent, the biggest oil spill in u.s. history spoiled the party. but for most of the country the holiday spirit endured. larry jacobs, abc news. >>> 6:19. coming up, you know it's going to be hot today for the kids but you'll still want to play outside. we have five tips to keep them safe while they are out there enjoying the sun on this july 5th. a great way to keep the weather forecast interesting. >>> first,let get the business news from new york. >> good morning. we begin your "moneyscope report" wit
to cut off oil sales to the u.s. he says he'll stop the flow of oil if his country is attacked by neighboring columbia, which is a u.s. ally. if chavez carries out his threat, it'd be a huge blow to his own country's economy. >>> corporate earnings season heats up. the dow adding 326 points. profits are booming in some of the nation's biggest companies, sending their shares higher. about 1/3 of the way through earnings season, eight out of ten companies beat expectations. >>> burger king is looking to take a bite out of mcdonalds breakfast business. a kid's breakfast meal will include an egg and cheese sandwich, apple slices, apple juice and a toy. >>> at the movies, leonardo dicaprio won the battle of box office superstars. his movie inception held onto the top spot taking in another $43 million. that beat angelina jolie's new spy thriller salt which debuted second. despicable me finished third. >>> how would you like a job doing something you love without ever having to leave home? our expert shows you how after your local news. that's your moneyscope report, i'm rob nelson.
ago for spying for the u.s. the former colonel was said to have exposed information that helped the u.s. capture two of the most damaging spies. zaporozhsky and three others have been pardoned as part of last week's spy swap. property records show he and his wife bought the house in 2001. neighbors never knew about his past until the news broke last week. >> we were completely sidetracked with it. came out of nowhere. we weren't aware of it. it was just like anybody else. >> zaporozhsky's homecoming will be bittersweet. his wife died last year while he was serving his sentence in russia. >>> all right, four minutes after 6:00 right now. thanks, linda. light rail service in timonium is back to normal after a fire destroyed this whole area. fire broke out at a lumber yard. people reported seeing the smoke as far away as westminster. warehouse at bon lumber and home center, took crews about 40 minutes to get the fire under control. >> they had a partial collapse of the building, which meant from a firefighter life-safety perspective, we went into defensive operations, we didn't commit peop
calls coming in to our news room. it was confirmed by the u.s. geological survey. the magnitude is 3.6 or 3.7. yes, there was an earth quake this morning, and it was rumbling between 5 or 10 secondses. and one person called in and said it felt like a helicopter landing. we will get a little bit of the backseat here. it was located near gatorsburg andierman town. you will notice that it was located 40 miles west of west minister. it's amazing how the geology works. work and pennsylvania, yes, in deed, they felt the earthquake as well. a 3.6 or 3.7 magnitude officially striking at 50 h 4 -- 5:04 >> i spoke with my mother in south laurel. a lot of animals reacted as well. the dog went bananas. she thought it was a helicopter landing in the neighborhood. the harrisburg expressway is running good, no problems. 1 # 5, no problems. and there is a closure through to the jfk closed until sunday. >>> megan and jamie? >> we would encourage you to go do our website. we are taking to -- taking your comments and posting them on our website. we want to hear from you. >> a lot of people called in, t
but only if there were cuts elsewhere in the budget. >>> china passed the u.s. now to become the world's biggest energy consumer the shift is the latest evidence of china's emergence as an economic force over the past few decades. its surging have driven up prices of oil and coal in recent years. just a decade ago china's total energy use was half that of the u.s. >>> google is abandoning its attempt to shake up the way cell phones are sold. the company says it will stop selling the nexus 1 in the u.s. the phone was an experiment in selling directly to consumers over the web but sales were slow compared to others running on google's cell phone software. >>> christmas is coming early at many of the nation's biggest stores. target is among the retailers rolling out special deals in july. it's holding a one-day on-line sale starting friday. that is modeled after black friday sales. sears and toys "r" us are also promoting christmas in july. offers on line and in stores. some experts say the deals could hurt back-to-school buying. >>> one thing people are spending less on, home entertainm
alert, start stockpiling those forever stamps. it could get more expensive to mail a letter. the u.s. postal service is considering a 2-cent hike. >>> let's take a look at how the orioles fared in detroit. bad teams lose games like this. johnny damon, great career. after nearly four hours of play, tigers came from behind to win this game. here's a home run by nick markakis. 9th inning, miguel cabrera hits an alfredo simone, home run. 17 runners on base, 17 hits. the tigers go on to win this game in 11 innings. johnny damon hit a 2-run home run to win it. brad ferguson gets the ball tonight. >>> we are definitely looking at hot temperatures for today. we got hot temperatures yesterday. let me show you some of these numbers. we're looking at the almanac for today. the normal should be at 66 degrees. the record low was set in 1980, 53 degrees. and the high this time of year, supposed to be in the upper 80s. 87 degrees. the record high was set in 1993. 99 with all these triple digits we've had. 99 doesn't seem so bad. we'll smash the record today. we smashed the record yesterday as well.
to have taken a large role in the election of harry reid to u.s. congress. let the record show, charlotte was displeased with his work. please, in lieu of flowers, vote for another more worthy candidate. >> wow. >> you don't see that every day. >> no, you don't. >> wow. all right, it is down to the wire on fleetwood avenue. >> they are working around the clock. the rain is on and there's a lot of work to do. >>> now that the rain has stopped, workers are making a big progress on the extreme build. i'm sherrie johnson. i'll have an update on the work. gas is very expensive, and just when you thinkg we know saving money is important. this summer, shop with your giant card and save on shell fuel. earn one point for every dollar you spend. every 100 points earned gets you another 10 cents off per gallon. the more you spend, the more you save. and that works for me. more savings every time you shop, only with your giant card. >>> now good morning maryland. >> feel the heat on the handle of the place that makes titanium golf clubs catch on fire. >> did we miss the building block stage? k
to how the u.s. has rebuilt itself in the past, i'll say no, but i'll say this recovery seems to be a very slow recovery. we had a tremendous amount of pain in 2008. it's going to take a long time to get that out of the system. we see things slowing down a little, that's completely natural in a recovery like this. >> all right, dale horn with us every wednesday. our certified financial planner. now let's watch business news out of new york with abc. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. begin your moneyscope report with corporate america sitting on piles of cash. according to numbers published in usa today, non-financial companies in the s&p 500 had a record $837 billion in cash in the first quarter. that's up 26% from a year ago. some experts find that troubling though and say it's holding down job growth. they say companies need to invest that necessary new facilities and promise to help create jobs. >>> some encouraging news about the housing market this morning, home prices rose for the second straight month in may. up 1.3% from april. many of those buyers, took advantage o
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